M&L Farms recall beef, goat, and lamb carcasses

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GROVE CITY ‒ M&L Farms announces a recall of 383 beef, goat, and lamb carcasses with offal produced with non-potable water that failed to meet the Ohio Department of Health’s requirements in the Ohio Administrative Code for a private water system.

Water samples obtained from an inspection indicated a positive coliform bacteria court which created insanitary conditions at the facility, according to Ohio Department of Agriculture.

M&L Farms urges customers that have purchased these products not to consume them, products should be discarded or returned to the place of purchase.

Officials say consumers should check with their local retailer to determine whether they may have purchased any of the products subject to recall.

The products subject to recall include:
-Whole goat carcasses with heart and liver stamped with the 1 ¾” Ohio mark of inspection bearing establishment number EST. 39.
-Whole lamb carcasses with heart and liver stamped with the 1 ¼” Ohio mark of inspection bearing establishment number EST. 39.
-Quartered beef carcasses with heart, liver, and tongue stamped with the 1 ¾” Ohio mark of inspection bearing establishment number EST. 39.

The beef, goat, and lamb carcasses with offal were harvested between June 15, 2017 and June 29, 2017.

These carcasses were sold to the following retail markets in Ohio for further processing and distribution:

-Al Safa Halal Meats located at 4109 Trabue Rd, Columbus, Ohio
-Casablanca Market located at 5410 Roberts Rd, Hilliard, Ohio
-Al-Mustafa Market and Bakery located at 5435 Bethel Sawmill Ctr, Columbus, Ohio
-Albasha Market and Bakery located at 1897 Hilliard Rome Rd, Hilliard, Ohio
-Yaffa Market located at 2832 Colonel Glen Hwy, Fairborn, Ohio
-Jerusalem Food and Bakery located at 300 Northland Blvd, Cincinnati, Ohio
-West Town Market located at 3645 W. 117th St, Cleveland, Ohio
-Olive Tree Food Corp located at 27189 Brookpark Rd, North Olmstead, Ohio

For more information contact the Ohio Department of Agriculture at 614-728-6201.

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